[plt-scheme] Lost my command-I in OSX 10.5 Leopard

From: Geoffrey S. Knauth (geoff at knauth.org)
Date: Sun May 25 08:05:41 EDT 2008

Phil:  I'm running Mac OS X 10.5.2.  I just cranked up v372, opened a  
file, messed up the indentation, pressed Cmd-i (together), and the  
file reindented itself correctly.  I wonder if you have another  
mapping for Cmd-i in your Keyboard & Mouse System Preferences.

I'm sure I've installed v372 since upgrading to Leopard, since I  
upgraded to Leopard in early summer 2007 and then to v372 in late  
summer.  Maybe the Leopard upgrade itself does something funny.


On May 25, 2008, at 01:55, Phil Rand wrote:

> I'm using PLT Scheme 372, and upgraded my Mac OSX to 10.5 Leopard a
> few days ago.
> I've just noticed the command-i key now just inserts an "i" character,
> where I was expecting reindent-all.
> Menu item Scheme -> Reindent All still works, and is marked with the
> hot-key command-I as always.
> What am I missing?
> -- 
> Phil Rand
> philrand at pobox.com

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